Eucalyptus tenuiramis -
(Tasmania) A medium-sized tree which comes from drier sites and poorer
soils in northern and eastern Tasmania. It is a very beautiful tree,
with smooth cream-colored bark with some grey patches, and pendulous shiny
silvery-green leaves. The first few sets of juvenile leaves completely
encircle the stem in the same manner as E. perriniana, but slightly
different. Reasonably fast-growing to about 50 - 60', and requires
good drainage. Hybridizes and intergrades with E. coccifera.
Probably hardy to around 6 - 14°F.
Photos of Eucalyptus tenuiramis
Eucalyptus triflora - Pigeon House Ash (New South Wales) A small, rare ash, seldom encountered in cultivation; hardy to about 5 - 10°F.
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